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The 2015 Acura NSX began its return to the collective automotive consciousness at the Detroit auto show two years ago, where Acura unveiled a prototype of the next-generation supercar. A subsequent Super Bowl commercial starring Jerry Seinfeld and Jay Leno signaled Acura’s commitment to reviving its halo supercar, while recent sightings from shakedown tests show development well under way.
Like the original NSX, the 2015 Acura NSX will be a midengine two-seater, will share roughly the same proportions and will also use a V6. But unlike the original car, which bowed out in 2005 after 15 years in production, the new NSX’s direct-injection V6 will be augmented with twin turbochargers, an electric motor and a dual-clutch transmission (Acura says it will have “more than six gears”) sending power to the rear wheels. Additionally, two electric motors will power the front wheels, creating an advanced all-wheel-drive system which can both speed and slow the front wheels during cornering.
2015 Acura NSX Price
Pricing for the new 2015 Acura NSX has been set at $130,000 – $135,000 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2015 Acura NSX we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.
2015 Acura NSX Interior
The car’s shape appears to still be evolving somewhat, with more sculpting in the doors and a side intake that stretches farther down. Many of the details are clearly placeholders: The wheels don’t match, the outside mirrors don’t fit, the HID headlamps likely will give way to Acura’s latest “jewel” LED treatment, and the location of the air intakes in the bumper could indicate a reshaping of the brand’s “power plenum” grille. Unseen until now are this car’s hood vents, which weren’t there on the prototype that lapped Mid-Ohio last year.
The sexy, show-stopping shape features Acura’s softening Keen Edge design. Dimensionally, it measures 3.7 inches shorter in length on a 1.8-inch longer wheelbase, so overhangs are cropped. It’s also 3.3 inches wider and 0.4 inch lower than the 2005 NSX. The concept rides on 255/35-19 front and 275/30-20 rear rubber. The low-profile headlamps are LED-based, and while there is no interior in the concept, design chief Jon Ikedo presumes the battery will package in the center tunnel, luggage compartments will be fitted fore and aft, and the fuel tank will slot in just ahead of the engine as before to preserve weight distribution as the fuel level drops. With production slated for “within three years,” the shape has yet to undergo extensive computer or physical testing. Ikedo says early scale-model clays are performing well in the wind tunnel, but cautions that crash development is likely to grow the car somewhat. That development work, by the way, is all happening in the USA, and the car will be built in Ohio.
Times change, environmental standards have occupied all production toothpick to design a supersonic aircraft. In recent years, the automotive industry is looking for beauty and pleasure with a little ugliness. In other words, most of the focus on ‘purity’ and lower CO2 emissions. Succeed in this, yet, but they are not very many specimens were fully able to leave the audience speechless. Acura in January in this year’s Auto Show in Detroit, trying to NSX concept presented in 2015, which left more than a sense of beauty and strength and the nature of friendship. On the border between evolution and revolution NSX Concept is equipped with a V6 VTEC petrol engine (still unknown force) and additional power plants for the front axle, the hybrid supercar race between cars.
2015 Acura NSX Exterior
We’re most curious to see how the new NSX manages its sophisticated systems, as heavy hybrid and all-wheel-drive components don’t typically increase a sports car’s responsiveness. It’s also unclear how special the NSX will really be outside of enhanced fuel economy, as today’s top sports cars like the Audi R8, Chevrolet Corvette, Nissan GT-R and Porsche 911 are already outstanding in terms of performance, handling and daily-driven usability.
More important for its maker, however, is that Acura needs a flagship. Desperately. And sexy supercars have a way of injecting some excitement into staid brands. The NSX also is likely to be Acura’s first-ever vehicle to carry a six-figure MSRP, a symbolically significant threshold for luxury-brand credibility.
The NSX will be a technological tour de force, with a twin-turbo V-6 and three electric motors and a dual-clutch automatic gearbox among its tricks. Finally, whereas the first-gen NSX was built in Japan, the new one will be built in Ohio, which is also a big deal, especially for the 100 or so folks who will be employed to execute the task.
2015 Acura NSX Engine
The NSX will be motivated by a hybrid powertrain featuring a 90-degree V-6 engine with two turbos. It will come mated to a dual-clutch automatic transmission with an integrated electric motor, with two additional electric motors each assigned to a front wheel. All of the above will be connected via Acura’s innovative Sport Hybrid SH-AWD system; a version of the RLX sedan uses similar technology, only in reverse, with the electric motors driving the rear wheels. We have been told, however, that the NSX will not simply be flipping the system around and will use a plethora of its own parts. Total system output is expected to exceed 500 horsepower. We’ve reported before that the NSX’s benchmarks include the Ferrari 458 Italia, Audi R8, and the Porsche 911, so their makers should consider themselves on notice.